If there is one thing that the iPod touch and the iPhone are definitely built for, it’s enjoying music. There’s a plethora of dedicated apps to listen to internet radio stations, artists albums or even to mix your own music. Despite all the competition among them all, Ghostly Discovery has found a sweet spot.
By offering a super-simple interface, quality content, streaming over Wi-Fi or 3G, and no advertising, you may find yourself tapping into it’s sound vault more often than you initially expected.
Apple certainly took their time to activate push notification for the iPhone, but the truth is that it has been worth the wait. As one of the most requested features, it proves to be very useful when used appropriately and with measure.
Boxcar takes advantage of this feature by providing an entry point for all your notifications: Twitter, Facebook, email and even RSS or Growl, and then firing the appropriate app to handle them. This review will take a look at how the app works, and explain where to start.
I don’t know about you, but I carry around 14 pieces of information on my wallet everyday, between ids and cards of some sort. Despite the apparent digital convergence, the physical world still clings onto these plastic cards.
Wallet for iPhone can help you reduce the bulk in your pocket and also centralize and synchronize some of that information in addition to anything digital you have spread over your email account, browser and file system.